Current Bracknell & District Sunday League leaders Crowthorne Inn go up against six time champions FC Fernhill in the weekend’s top Premier Division fixture. With no game this weekend for Berks County (in 2nd place, level on points with Crowthorne) Inn will look to stretch further ahead at the division’s summit whilst a win for Fernhill will close the gap, currently 4 points, on the leaders.
Elsewhere, Finchampstead Athletic take on Woodley Saints, both with a win apiece, whilst Raglan host Bracknell Rangers in an early-season bottom of the table clash, Rangers still looking to open their account in this campaign.
It top against second in Division 1 as current leaders Crowthorne take on second-placed Bearwood Wanderers in what looks likely to be a mouth-watering contest. Crowthorne’s lead is 3 points having won all their opening 3 games. Bearwood have played twice, and have won both. Elsewhere Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW (4th) host Panthers. Third-placed Athletico Ascot don’t play.
Top game in Division 2 sees current leaders Freeman Royals take on AFC Dukes. Newcomers to the league, Royals lead by 2 points having won their two opening games. Promoted Dukes., and recent winners of the League Junior Cup, will look to post their first points on the board.
Division 3’s Bracknell Spartans Vets will be looking to make it three wins from 3 but face a tough challenge from an experienced Bracknell Saint Germain side who beat Vets in last weekend’s Cup tie between the two. Elsewhere it’s 2nd versus 3rd as Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves renew rivalries of last season’s Division 4 competition with Bracknell Royals.
Bracknell Athletic Reserves will look to make it three wins out of 3 in Division 4 with a tough-looking home fixture against a promising looking Harts of Bracknell Reserves team. The division’s other fixture of note sees Hope & Anchor hosting Crowthorne A, both with a win apiece this season.
The first round of the League Junior Cup is completed this season with the final tie of the round to be played between Bracknell Cavaliers and Silver Birch.